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Rhode Island’s rolling hills are ideal for cross country skiing

While not endowed with the tall mountain peaks of northern New England, Rhode Island’s rolling hills and meadows, often encompassing ancient farmlands, make perfect terrain for cross-country skiing. Nature preserves and state parks in all parts of the state – from South County to Blackstone Valley and the East Bay towns east of Narragansett Bay – have miles of multi-purpose trails where Nordic skiers are welcome. Some, like those in Lincoln Woods State Park, meander among evergreen forests; others, like the East Bay Bike Path, offer onshore breezes from the upper part of the bay.
Cross Country Skiing - The Preserve Club & Residences - Richmond, RI
The Preserve Club and Residences

87 Kingstown Road Richmond, RI, 02898 Phone: 401-539-4653

A skiing and snowshoeing delight: Reserve boasts a network of picturesque trails

At The Preserve Sporting Club and Residences, winter is one more season to enjoy the amazing outdoors. Tucked among 3,500 pristine acres, this unparalleled luxury resort boasts miles and miles of trails that are perfect for those who can’t wait to get out their cross-country skis or snowshoes. Navigate the trails at your leisure, going at your own pace, marveling at the resort’s natural beauty. If you need to round out your winter gear, stop by the Sporting Shoppe, where the latest in top-flight equipment is available. After a day on the trails, you might want to book a relaxing massage at the resort’s OH! Spa, or just hunker down by the fireplace in your cabin, townhouse, luxury suite or cottage.
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